During her interview with BBC News Pidgin, she said that she tried all sorts of mythical acts to make sure that she stops bed-wetting, but all that was in vain.
According to Tolu, she joined secondary school and thought she would stop bed-wetting but she instead continued till she was admitted to the University.
The Nigerian woman said her parents and some of her family members tried their level best to kicking the problem. But it persisted despite all their efforts.
“I was asked to pray to grinding stone whenever I was going to bed,’ she said.
She noted that whenever she would get ready to sleep, she would speak to the grinding stone to make sure that she does not bed-wet. All this was in vain, the bed-wetting did not stop.
However, Tolu finally got help from the internet after searching online and read about her condition.
That was the time she found out that she was suffering from involuntary urination also known as enuresis. She read the possible causes of the medical condition and how you can easily prevent it.
She said after reading more information from the internet, she realized that she was suffering from urinary incontinence resulting from her small bladder.
‘I stopped eating some foods and set up an alarm system. I would wake up in intervals of hours to urinate,’ she added.
The young lady eventually stopped bed-wetting since the year 2018. She has also authored a book to help others who are still in the same condition.
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